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Subject: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: LyricBoy on 01/08/20 at 6:49 pm

When will it be fashionable to be nostalgic about the early 2020s? ???

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Rainbowz on 01/08/20 at 6:51 pm

Maybe in the late 2030's? Cause the late 2010's is when I remember early 2000's nostalgia taking effect.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/08/20 at 8:40 pm


When will it be fashionable to be nostalgic about the early 2020s? ???


When the kids who are 5 years old now turn 19 or 20.

I love how many people here try to make the "nostalgia cycle" out to be some kind of complex equation but it's really as simple as I just described.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: MikeyYankeeMan99 on 01/08/20 at 9:03 pm

Man, when people become nostalgic for the 2020s, I would feel extremely old. I mean, the 2010s felt recent enough (since we're just only 8 days out of the 2010s as of this post), but the 2010s felt really new with the culture and technology that took place there.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Slim95 on 01/08/20 at 10:32 pm

Let's not get ahead of ourselves and live day by day I highly doubt we will make it to 2030 something tells me there will be the apocalypse before then.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: LyricBoy on 01/09/20 at 5:23 am


Let's not get ahead of ourselves and live day by day I highly doubt we will make it to 2030 something tells me there will be the apocalypse before then.


This makes me nostalgic for the early 60’s, when everybody was waiting for The Big One to be set off.

Not to worry... if somebody lobs a nuke our way, just duck under your school desk.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duck_and_cover

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Howard on 01/09/20 at 7:03 am


Let's not get ahead of ourselves and live day by day I highly doubt we will make it to 2030 something tells me there will be the apocalypse before then.



Will you stop with the apocalypse, enough scaring everyone on here!  ::)

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Rainbowz on 01/09/20 at 7:27 am


Let's not get ahead of ourselves and live day by day I highly doubt we will make it to 2030 something tells me there will be the apocalypse before then.

What lmao. I strongly doubt that’ll be the case. That’s just being extremely pessimistic. Like bchris02 level pessimistic  ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Senor Teletubby on 01/09/20 at 10:15 am

Humanity is on track to last exactly 67 more years

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: temaichi on 01/09/20 at 1:15 pm

I say the Early 2030s because people are already nostalgic for the start of the 10s.
We have access to so much content nowadays. You can feel nostalgic about anything in the past!

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: batfan2005 on 01/09/20 at 2:20 pm


Maybe in the late 2030's? Cause the late 2010's is when I remember early 2000's nostalgia taking effect.


Yes, and in the late 00's early 90's nostalgia was getting popular, and in the late 90's there was early 80's nostalgia, and so on.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Zelek3 on 01/09/20 at 10:05 pm


Yes, and in the late 00's early 90's nostalgia was getting popular

On the internet at least, it seemed late 90s nostalgia was more popular than early 90s nostalgia in 2009. By then I noticed a lot of Core Millennials online already talking wistfully about Pokemon and Tamagotchi, or saying how Cartoon Network died in 2004.

Subject: Re: Early 2020s Nostalgia

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/10/20 at 4:30 am

I simply remember my favorite things, and then I don't feel so bad.

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